-trope

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From Latin tropus, from Ancient Greek τρόπος (trópos, a turn, way, manner, style, a trope or figure of speech, a mode in music, a mode or mood in logic), from τροπή (tropḗ, turn; solstice; trope). See trope.

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-trope

  1. (sciences) something that turns, affects, changes, responds, moves.

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